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Protection Of Colour Combination Marks
Colour combination marks also faced difficulties in 2017, and it is not yet apparent whether things will be more straightforward under the EUTM reform package.
UK
12 Apr 2018
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London Black Cab Shape Trade Marks Lack Distinctive Character
In a trade mark infringement dispute between LTC (the makers of London's iconic black cab) and the makers of the forthcoming hybrid electric taxi ...
UK
12 Apr 2018
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KitKat – Court Of Appeal Sets High Bar For Acquired Distinctiveness
Most people in the UK would recognise the KitKat shape. Yet, in the long-running dispute between Nestlé and Cadbury, the Court of Appeal ...
UK
12 Apr 2018
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Inside IP: Brexit - More Clarity For Brand Owners
Since the referendum result on 23 June 2016, brand owners have been seeking clarity as to the treatment of their valuable intellectual property rights post-Brexit.
UK
20 Mar 2018
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IP Annual Review: Brands, Designs & Copyright
Welcome to our review of the significant developments in protection and enforcement of brands, designs and copyright in 2017.
UK
21 Feb 2018
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Spare Parts and Accessories: ECJ Provides Guidance
In the recent decision of Gillette -v- LA-Laboratories Ltd OY, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has provided some welcome guidance on when it is lawful for a company to use another brand owner's trade mark to refer to compatible accessories or spare parts e.g. a supplier of inkjet cartridges selling its goods as "Canon compatible cartridges".
UK
25 May 2005
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Lambretta Crashes Out In Court Of Appeal. Has Copyright Protection Fallen Out Of Fashion?
Casualwear brand Lambretta has suffered a defeat in the Court of Appeal in a case of particular relevance to clothing designers. The judgement was delivered on 15 July 2004. Lambretta had sued Teddy Smith and Next for allegedly copying their design for a tracktop. Lambretta had not claimed originality in the entire design (the tracktop had a retro-vintage theme recalling sportswear of the 1970s and early 80's). Rather, they claimed originality in their choice and layout of the colours of the
UK
26 Oct 2004
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